From: Spehro Pefhany
Subject: Re: Need help designing a circuit...
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Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2003 18:09:44 GMT
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On Thu, 16 Jan 2003 11:46:30 -0600, the renowned "ryanm"
> I will be producing them, but not in large quantities. It's kind of a
>niche market, so I can't imagine selling more than 5-10 of them per month,
>and that would be a high-end estimate. After the initial release, I'm
>probably only looking at 1-3 per month in the long term. That's why I
>figured I would get by cheaper to build my own, not to mention the ability
>to later add things like light timers and thermostats to the circuit.
Ah. Well, the latter bit might be a justification, but very difficult
to save money.
> Also, that URL was a mistake. It should've been
>http://www.controlselectric.com. Check out their temp and humidity
Yes. List of about $330 US for indicators and matching sensors. Not
cheap, and that's for HVAC grade stuff (not the best).
> My lights also run on 12V dc at like 15mA per LED (I have an array of
>6), so I figure I can power both the gauges and the lights with a 1-1.5 amp
>wall wart 12V transformer.
Sure, theoretically possible.
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